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1st Hamburg Requirements Engineering Symposium

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We are happy to announce, that our team organizes the 1st Hamburg Requirements Engineering Symposium here at the Informatikum. In this symposium, renowned speakers from around the world will discuss current and future challenges of the field of Requirements Engineering. The speakers will cover a wide range of topics, such as principal questions (How much RE do we need?), the human factor (Modern software development: the stress and social pressure), and how to use requirements in the industry (Asymmetric release planning). In small sessions, our seven speakers will present their topics and invite you to discussions.

The speakers are:

Part of this symposium is a social event that allows everyone to connect with each other. The organizers, Prof. Dr. Walid Maalej and Christoph Stanik, are happy to invite everyone interested in this topic. The participation of this event is open for everyone and free of charge.

 

Event Information: 
Website: https://mast.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/hamburg-re-symposium-2018/ 
Date: 23.05.18 
Time: 13:00 – 17:00 
Location: Konrad Zuse Hörsaal 
Building B, Room 201 
 
University of Hamburg 
Department of Informatics 
Vogt-Kölln-Str. 30 
22527 Hamburg, Germany

MAST-Team won 10,000 Euro at the national “Hochschulwettbewerb”

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The MAST team is proud to announce that its contribution “OpenDataStudio” is one of the awarded projects of the national competition “Hochschulwettbewerb” 2018 with the theme “Future Working World” in which universities from all over Germany competed with each other.

With “OpenDataStudio” Yen Dieu Pham, Christoph Stanik and Prof. Dr. Walid Maalej are inviting researchers, citizens, and public authorities to critically discuss and learn about risks, challenges and chances of open data especially provided by cities.
Open data is accessible for everyone, but many do not know the chances and consequences. Therefore, it is important to create an understanding of how such data is generated. This understanding is an essential part of the OpenDataStudio as well as learning how data can be used to improve, e.g., the quality and flow of the everyday life.

With the reward of 10,000 Euro “OpenDataStudio” will develop a concept to explain OpenData to non-technical people as well as to create ideas and prototypes with the participants based on OpenData. The participants will learn how to deal with OpenData and how to generate it. At the end of the project, the teams will present their experiences, ideas and the prototypes at a public event. Supporters and interested people are welcome to join us, starting from now on.

Contact:
Yen Dieu Pham
Universität Hamburg
Fachbereich Informatik
+49 40 42883-2306
ed.grubmah-inu.kitamrofninull@mahp

Prof. Dr. Walid Maalej
Universität Hamburg
Fachbereich Informatik
+49 40 428 83-2073
ed.grubmah-inu.kitamrofninull@jelaam

MAST presents three papers and run one tutorial at RE17

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At this years’ 25th International Requirements Engineering Conference in Lisbon, Portugal, MAST is represented with three papers and a full-day tutorial.

We are going to present the following papers:

Further, in collaboration with Maleknaz Nayebi and Guenther Ruhe from the University of Calgary, we are going to run the following full-day tutorial:

We are looking forward to a great conference and hope to meet you there.

New Project: Hamburg Open Online University

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We proudly announce that our group will contribute to the development of the Hamburg Open Online University (HOOU) – an innovative higher-education initiative of Hamburg.

Initiated by Hamburg’s First Mayor Olaf Scholz and its Senate Chancellery, the HOOU project is a cooperation between the federal state government, the authority of science and research (BWF), Multimedia Kontor Hamburg (MMKH), and the six public universities in our city-state. The overall goals are to foster the digitization of the higher education, to open-up knowledge sharing and educational resources, and to provide an innovative, scalable and usable online platform for teaching and learningA�across the universities. HOOU will target not onlyA� university students but also everyone interested in education and knowledge. Within this project, MOBIS is researching and developing innovative approaches such as “Learning Analytics and Recommendation”, “Problem- and Project- based learning”, “Mobile Learning” and “Continuous Quality Assurance”.

Additional press releases and articles (German):

MUSES project presented to Hamburg’s First Mayor Scholz

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On May 15th. 2014A�the State Premier & First Mayor of Hamburg Olaf Scholz visited the Department of Informatics at the University of Hamburg. Our group MOBIS was honored to be among the research groups, which were selected to present their work to him and the accompanying team of high-ranking officers and decision makers. We presented a A�part of our european research project MUSESA�and our approach to deal with the challenges of theA�Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend. Our poster (in German) can be downloaded from this link.A�It shows our solution to distinguish automatically between private and professional usage of mobile devices by using machine learning techniques. The main application scenarios include the automatic reporting of extra working hours, the protection of users’ privacy when using corporate devices and the protection of company’s assets when using private devices. Scholz was highly interested in this topic and discussed with us possible use cases and legal implication.

At the end of the visit, the head of MOBIS Prof. Maalej handed over a voucher to Scholz which consists of gift toA�the State City of Hamburg for the development of an App as part of our lighthouse M-Lab projects.

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